Weirdo meta-comic Neil Hamburger has performed in a Hollywood cemetery and an abandoned monkey cage at a dilapidated Catskills zoo—such is Gregg Turkington's commitment to his strange, tuxedoed alter-ego character with a greasy comb-over. Called "a rude commentary on stand-up comedy altogether” by The New York Times, Hamburger's act doesn't aim to please, but leaves audiences with a little taste of anti-comedy genius. If you're into Tim Heidecker, you'll probably dig this.
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